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GREEN GOODNESS CHICKEN SALAD

This is one of our all-time favourite salads. The fresh, raw vegetables make it perfect for those spring days when the sun finally starts to make an appearance. Super simple and quick to put together, this is the ideal meal if you’d rather spend time outdoors than in the kitchen. If you’d prefer to make the vegetarian version of this salad just replace the chicken with fresh, crumbly goat’s cheese! And for the vegans among you, simply increase the almonds to at least a couple of handfuls and switch the honey for maple syrup. Yum!

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GREEN GOODNESS CHICKEN SALAD

This is one of our all-time favourite salads. The fresh, raw vegetables make it perfect for those spring days when the sun finally starts to make an appearance. Super simple and quick to put together, this is the ideal meal if you’d rather spend time outdoors than in the kitchen. If you’d prefer to make the vegetarian version of this salad just replace the chicken with fresh, crumbly goat’s cheese! And for the vegans among you, simply increase the almonds to at least a couple of handfuls and switch the honey for maple syrup. Yum!

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THE HIDDEN INGREDIENTS THAT CAN SLOW YOU DOWN - PART 2

A sugar-coated alternative to sugar: When you think of brown rice, it’s likely that you associate it with eating healthily. At some point, you’ve probably heard about the benefits of eating whole grains that are high in nutrients and fibre. So when you see brown rice syrup listed as an ingredient it’s not unreasonable to assume that it’s a healthier alternative to table sugar (sucrose). After all, it’s frequently marketed that way and is commonly used in sports food products. But as you’ll discover, it’s not healthier at all.

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THE HIDDEN INGREDIENTS THAT CAN SLOW YOU DOWN - PART 2

A sugar-coated alternative to sugar: When you think of brown rice, it’s likely that you associate it with eating healthily. At some point, you’ve probably heard about the benefits of eating whole grains that are high in nutrients and fibre. So when you see brown rice syrup listed as an ingredient it’s not unreasonable to assume that it’s a healthier alternative to table sugar (sucrose). After all, it’s frequently marketed that way and is commonly used in sports food products. But as you’ll discover, it’s not healthier at all.

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THE HIDDEN INGREDIENTS THAT CAN SLOW YOU DOWN

Did you know that some sports nutrition products marketed at us endurance athletes are no healthier than eating a bag of gummy bears? This is because manufacturers are aware that we’ve become wiser to the dangers of consuming high amounts of sugar and well-known artificial sweeteners. So to counter this they’ve started to ‘hide’ sugar, in various guises, in their ingredient lists. In this first blog post we highlight one of the most common ‘sugars’ used in commercial sports food products: Maltodextrin.    

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THE HIDDEN INGREDIENTS THAT CAN SLOW YOU DOWN

Did you know that some sports nutrition products marketed at us endurance athletes are no healthier than eating a bag of gummy bears? This is because manufacturers are aware that we’ve become wiser to the dangers of consuming high amounts of sugar and well-known artificial sweeteners. So to counter this they’ve started to ‘hide’ sugar, in various guises, in their ingredient lists. In this first blog post we highlight one of the most common ‘sugars’ used in commercial sports food products: Maltodextrin.    

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STAALE'S SWEET POTATO PATTIES WITH TAHINI DRESSING RECIPE

Our Longhaul flavours are inspired by the food Amelia and I eat at home. These sweet potato and quinoa patties were the inspiration for our first P.E.R.form fuel. They make a delicious, nutrient-dense, vegan dinner. This recipe balances the carbohydrates from the sweet potato with the protein from the quinoa and the fats from the tahini. Add to that the anti-inflammatory turmeric and heart-friendly garlic and you have yourself a meal that will make you come back for more.

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STAALE'S SWEET POTATO PATTIES WITH TAHINI DRESSING RECIPE

Our Longhaul flavours are inspired by the food Amelia and I eat at home. These sweet potato and quinoa patties were the inspiration for our first P.E.R.form fuel. They make a delicious, nutrient-dense, vegan dinner. This recipe balances the carbohydrates from the sweet potato with the protein from the quinoa and the fats from the tahini. Add to that the anti-inflammatory turmeric and heart-friendly garlic and you have yourself a meal that will make you come back for more.

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